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The penalties for those convicted of burglary in New York will vary depending on how the felony is classified, with burglary ranging from a Class D felony to a Class B felony.
- First-Degree Burglary: This is considered a Class B felony. If convicted, the maximum penalty can be up to 25 years in prison.
- Second-Degree Burglary: This is categorized as a Class C felony. The maximum penalty for this offense can be up to 15 years in prison.
- Third-Degree Burglary: This is a Class D felony. If found guilty, the offender could face up to 7 years in prison.
In addition to prison sentences, convicted offenders may also be required to pay substantial fines, and their convictions will remain on their permanent criminal record, potentially affecting future employment and other opportunities.
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If you or someone you love has been accused of burglary, you need to contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible. At Mottola Uris Law, PLLC, we understand that you may be feeling overwhelmed and confused. We can help you understand your rights and options, and our team is available 24/7 to perform a free initial consultation.
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